Alright Alright//Bellhoss//The Dollhouse Thieves

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Alright Alright//Bellhoss//The Dollhouse Thieves

Alright Alright with Bellhoss and The Dollhouse Thieves Doors at 7:00, show at 8:00 $12 adv/$15 day-of ($3 off w/ donation at door)

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Skylark Lounge 140 South Broadway Denver, CO 80209

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  • 3 hours
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Alright Alright

A duo adding new life and complexity to the concept of a family band...

…husband and wife Seth and China Kent of Alright Alright create orchestral folk for the open-minded and poetry for the broken-hearted. Though their songs often bear a deep sense of tradition, Alright Alright aren’t afraid to experiment with boundaries, testing the limits of genre and expectations for content. The pair share a genuine love of words, evidenced by their tendency to play with a mix of simple and unique language in elegantly rhymed lines: Muscatine, Muscatine / Why you gotta be so mean? / Pearl of the riverside / in the flood where my brother died. They are often inspired by the rich history of places they visit as well as by familiar haunts in their hometown of Denver, Colorado. From southern industrial towns to street signs to abandoned cars on I-70, there is a sense of rootedness that lends depth and dimension to their songwriting. These songs are as real as your kitchen table. Yet there’s also a striking vulnerability present, an openness and willingness to connect that draws fans from around the world to reach out and feel held by their music.


Hailing from southern California, Becky Hostetler created bellhoss in 2017 after relocating to Denver, Colorado. She began as a solo artist and eventually grew to collaborate with other people, bands, producers, and more. With a sound reminiscent of Waxahatchee, ALVVAYS, and Soccer Mommy, bellhoss sits in a purgatory between folk and DIY punk, writing songs for herself and for people who keep secrets.

The Dollhouse Thievesis a multi-instrumental Denver project started by husband and wife team Niki and Luke Tredinnick that blends elements of neo-rock with indie-folk, using jazz-influenced vocals and unconventional instruments such as accordion, clarinet, and trombone. The band members all hold music degrees in composition, education, and performance, and share over a decade of performing and writing music together in various settings across the country to make them an exceptional group. Their aptitude for singing and playing a multitude of string, percussion, woodwind, brass, and keyboard instruments within a wide array of styles evokes enchantment and delight in their audiences.

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